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Phoenix Area Service and flash question


Nov 11, 2007, 12:33 PM
I have no complaints with using Cricket, I was a die hard Sprint user in NYC and was fine there but when I relocated to phoenix all I had was drama and dropped calls so I went with Cricket and found it to be fine and NEVER have had a issue other than upgrading my phone.

Now I want to get the Moto V9M or the Maxx and currently you can only flash them, what will I lose here, I here people claiming you cannot get text, others say you can, I need a honest answer here.


Nov 14, 2007, 2:23 AM
It is possible that all the features will work but it's not guaranteed. If you want to be patient though. The V9M will be coming through Cricket fairly soon.

Nov 27, 2007, 4:34 PM
and it will be a ton of money to get a v9m at regular price...just get it flashed, the majority of the time voice and data work just fine...pix n web,that's a gamble.

Dec 12, 2007, 3:39 PM
Your phone signal bounces around different towers when you travel, & that's why you didn't have a good signal in Phoenix. You need to re-program your phone and turn it off for a minute, & then back on to get the coverage back. Shocked
Chef Brd-Jason

Jan 4, 2008, 6:31 PM
Flashing a phone has been an issue,
because when you do it messes with the software flashing the Maxx is also a problem and will lead to the phone freezing alot, no internet acess at all and if you damage or lose the phone you have to buy a brand new one because you flashed the phone for another company it devalues your warranty.

Jan 16, 2008, 8:24 PM
Any tricks 2 enable the web browser on a flashed LG AX-355? Need copy of the seem codes too. HELP

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